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  • 'This Is Hunger' traveling exhibit parks in Kansas City to raise awareness

    The art exhibit arrived this week at Overland Park's Congregation Beth Shalom on a 53-foot trailer and will stay parked until July 13. With the aid of interactive storytelling, a creative design team and photojournalist Barbara Grover, the exhibit reveals the largely invisible crisis of American food insecurity.

The art exhibit arrived this week at Overland Park's Congregation Beth Shalom on a 53-foot trailer and will stay parked until July 13. With the aid of interactive storytelling, a creative design team and photojournalist Barbara Grover, the exhibit reveals the largely invisible crisis of American food insecurity. Lily Oppenheimer The Kansas City Star
The art exhibit arrived this week at Overland Park's Congregation Beth Shalom on a 53-foot trailer and will stay parked until July 13. With the aid of interactive storytelling, a creative design team and photojournalist Barbara Grover, the exhibit reveals the largely invisible crisis of American food insecurity. Lily Oppenheimer The Kansas City Star

‘This Is Hunger’ exhibit visiting Overland Park speaks to breadth of problem

July 12, 2017 8:01 PM